2X4 is going on a sweet November tour! Check ‘em out!
KILLED IT TONIGHT!
UNSILENT NIGHT IS ONLY TWO WEEKS AWAY! Re-blog if you are excited!
REVELATION BOOKING is currently accepting submissions for bands looking for national touring representation in the US. Go to their Facebook and post your bands music on their wall. Their current roster consists of PARABLES from Dallas, TX.
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First 10 songs:
- Taking Back Sunday
- A Day To Remember
- 2pac / Dr. Dre
- Blink 182
- Four Year Strong
- A Day To Remember
- Machine Gun Kelly
- Every Time I Die
- Panic! At The Disco
- The Starting Line
—I Wouldn't Mind (Good Goose REMIX)
He Is We “I Wouldn’t Mind (Good Goose REMIX)”
This song is EXTREMELY addicting.
#workout #music #nowplaying (Taken with Instagram at Austin Ranch Gym)
When I was in 6th grade my best friend introduced me to a new wave of rappers that were starting to take over the world. You might recognize some of the names. Let’s see Jay-Z, Wu-Tang Clan, Notorious B.I.G., 2pac, DMX, and many more. Although I was a white kid living in a beach city in Orange County California, I always felt like hip-hop music had either a better message or a better beat to dance too than most of the stuff I was listening to at the time. Believe it or not, back then, turning up hip-hop and dancing at “parties” was actually something I did quite regularly as compared to the shy introvert I have seemed to become at most parties these days. Either way, my first memories of really loving music either involve the punk bands I listened to when I skated, or the hip-hop artists I listened too when I was doing everything but skating.
Recently, there has been a wave of talented artists surfacing in hip-hop again. A huge underground of talented MCs that sings and raps about more than “bitches” and all the money they have. Some of those talented MCs have songs like that, but for the most part, the storytelling of recent MCs reminds me of the old artists I grew up listening too and I’ve been so excited to get into a ton of new music lately.
Expect me to start doing some stuff with hip-hop in the future, it’s always been my dream and I’m lucky I get to work with it. I was so excited when I got to do that Bizzie Bone / B Real tour and when I got to start working locally with artists such as Dustin Cavazos and Moses Uvere.
Things are changing and I’m stoked.